Journals Manuel Antonio

Nature's Gift - Costa Rica

Created by SFPhotocraft on July 18, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

12 Reviews
1 Story

The family went off to Virginia and allowed me the chance to travel alone. I picked the beaches and rainforest of Costa Rica. I picked Manuel Antonio, since this was my first trip, and I fell in love with it!

Magnificent Manuel Antonio

Created by nmagann on March 18, 2008

3 Reviews

Turn over leafs, peer into crevices of rocks and trees, you won't believe the life you'll find.

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Fun in the Sun in Manual Antonio, Costa Rica

Created by mysharonany on March 13, 2007

1 Review

Welcome to Manual Antonio Costa Rica... a place for fun in the sun. Things to do and places to see.

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Manuel Antonio Costa Linda

Created by yinsurfer3@hotmail.com on March 15, 2006

1 Review

Manuel Antonio is over-rated and full of tourists, Costa Linda is hot and stuffy, with small showers, no privacy, and expensive little rooms ($20 for double bed), and zealous on the 11am checkout.

Cafe Milagro

Created by travnaace23 on September 10, 2005

1 Review

This is a great place.



Costa Rica 2001

Created by Philly_Girl on August 16, 2005

1 Review
1 Story

By far the highlight of our week in Costa Rica, Manuel Antonio is filled with monkeys and creature comforts. If you can only go to one spot in Costa Rica...

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Getaway in Manuel Antonio, Cost Rica

Created by Enrique Brener on April 30, 2005

3 Reviews

After my brother-in-law's wedding, my wife and I took a much-needed relaxing trip to Manuel Antonio, where we spent three days resting on the beach and relaxing in the hotel and restaurants.

Gay Costa Rica (Manuel Antonio/Quepos)

Created by kjun12 on April 28, 2003

8 Reviews
6 Stories

A Gay man's paradise. Manuel Antonio and its environs offers many adventures and fun things to do. Places to stay vary in offerings and prices. Restaurants are plentiful and most are good.

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Beaches and Monkeys in Manuel Antonio

Created by serandal on November 16, 2002

3 Reviews
1 Story

Visiting the town of Quepos and Manuel Antonio Park is a total experience. Beaches, jungle, and adventure tours as well as language schools and many hotels and restaurants line the winding road from Quepos to the park.

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Costa Rica's West Coast

Created by KristenFF on October 4, 2001

3 Reviews

The Pacific coastline of Costa Rica resembeling California's Big Sur is the of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. The charm and friendliness of the Costa Rican people adds to the experience.

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